Rochester man sentenced to prison time on felony check forgery charge in Mower County District Court

A Rochester man currently serving a five-year prison sentence on a felony 2nd degree burglary charge out of Fillmore County after robbing a residence in rural Lanesboro in July of 2021 has also been sentenced to prison time in Mower County District Court.

38-year old Nathan Randal Gossman, who is serving his prison sentence at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Lino Lakes was convicted and sentenced Friday to 24 months, or two years in prison on a felony charge of check forgery stemming from an incident that occurred in the city of LeRoy on November 24th, 2021.  Judge Kevin Siefken determined that Gossman will be allowed to serve the prison sentences concurrently, as Gossman was also convicted and sentenced to up to five years in prison on charges of identity theft, 3rd degree burglary, 2nd degree theft and forgery in Winneshiek and Allamakee Counties in Iowa stemming from incidents that occurred in the two counties in October of 2021.